“ JET XILENCE Gaming Edition - Power supply ( internal ) - ATX12V 2.2 - 600 Watt - active PFC „
There are so many psu's on the market these days with companies throwing all sorts around and saying there's are the best, but only a few makes are worth going with. Yes, this is one of them. This psu is very versatile psu as i tried it on my parent motherboard which is donkeys years old and it fitted everything. On all new motherboards all the power sockets are pretty much standard apart from the high end ones which require a few more pins and once again yes, this psu caters for them. Back when this was released 600watts was not a small number but now we have psu's reaching well over the 1KWatt mark! Amazing i know, but unless your running a very high end rig with 2 power guzzling gpu's or maybe 3 then you really don't need to fork out for one. I have had dual gpu's working really well with this psu so it can easily handle it. But i would only recommend using this psu for sli or crossfire if the cards take up 200-300watts each or the psu will struggle a lot. Not many psu's of this standard will be able to do that. Still this psu will amaze you even more with how cool it runs (pretty much at room temp), once again other psu's of this type run very hot when plugged into a good computer. Also a lot of psu's of this level are very noisy, not this one. I give you my word on this, you can hear a pin drop over it. I really do mean that. Now the build quality, oh dear, you just can't fault this psu. The one down side to it is that you pay a couple of quid more but to be honest its worth it. Other psu's are as efficient either where as this one is. Overall a very good psu, if your looking at buying a 600watt psu, this is a very good one to consider.
The gaming edition of the inexpensive Xilence low-noise power supply units with 600W output. The PSU is ATX 2.2 compatible and has a 135 mm fan. Furthermore, it has 2 PCI-Express connectors and is ready for NVIDIA SLI and ATI CROSSFIRE.